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Investing in a training course would save you time because you can gain a thorough understanding of how to apply VX, making VX highly productive. Also, attending the course ensures that there are no distractions and thus you will find it easier to learn. If you work crazy hours like me, a VX training course becomes a holiday too
We do have some excellent material (movies) to get you started, go to the VX website:
Also, Dr Walt has written an informal and easy to follow book, which is now in it's third edition:
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I forgot to mention that you can switch-on the Interactive Mode of the built-in help (Help/Interactive Mode), and VX will pop-up a pertinent help page when you activate a command. You will not want to leave the mode on all the time, but it is handy when using a command in the software that you are not familiar with.
A book about the advanced application of VX would need to be written by someone that uses it day-in day-out, there is a lot more to VX than the other MCAD software on the market.
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By now I am sure you received my email announcing the release of version 13.
In the VX/PDF directory of your download is a Basic Modeler training guide. It is written to lead the user step by step through the process of building 4 parts. If you liked Dr. Walt's books you will like this; it is written in a similar style.
After getting your feet wet with this book you will want to tackle the CAD Fundamentals. This book is more thorough on the basic concepts. Again, it leads you step by step through the exercises. CAD fundamentals can be downloaded from the VX web site or the Support site. In version 13.42 it will be sent to you on a separate training CD.
All the training manuals have been revampt for V13. Even the advanced manuals should lead you step by step.
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